Civil Engineer
Mott MacDonald
2d ago

Job Description

A bit about your role

As a experienced engineer within the built environment team the primary focus is the successful delivery and technical quality assurance, of highways and infrastructure projects.

The successful candidate will also contribute to the winning of new work and the development of more junior staff. The key elements of the role will include :

  • Innovative concept design, detailed design and specification, and the production of all forms of technical engineering deliverables
  • Construction Sequences
  • Management of project resources and budgets
  • Client and project stakeholder management, and coordination of project interfaces
  • Technical, procedural, and behavioural leadership, and mentoring of more junior staff, to ensure minimum standards of health and safety, quality, and ethics are maintained in undertaking all project and other activities
  • Business development including developing and maintaining client and contractor relationships, and producing or contributing to winning proposals for new work
  • Development of links with Local Universities
  • Candidate Specification

    Required criteria for ideal Civil Engineer

  • A degree in a relevant engineering discipline and be qualified or near qualified with a professional body such as ICE or CIHT.
  • A working knowledge and experience of relevant Highway Design Standards and specifications (DMRB, MCHW)
  • Experience of using industry standard design software such as AutoCAD, Bentley OpenRoads / MX, Civils 3D.
  • The ability to lead and coordinate the production of high-quality engineering deliverables for construction
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain relationships with clients, contractors, and other project stakeholders
  • The ability to work collaboratively in multi-disciplinary teams, either leading or participating
  • A clear understanding of relevant UK health and safety legislation and good practice, including roles and responsibilities under CDM Regulations 2015
  • Commercial awareness and experience of NEC forms of contract
  • The willingness and ability to coach or mentor others
  • Full computer literacy
  • Full UK driving licence
  • Ability and willingness to travel in UK
  • Demonstrate the Mott MacDonald core values of Progress, Respect, Integrity, Drive, and Excellence.
  • Job Profile

    Mott MacDonald has a vacancy for a high-calibre chartered or near-chartered engineer to deliver highways and infrastructure projects, based at either our Cardiff or Colwyn Bay office.

    We have recently relocated to a new office, just a few minutes’ walk from Cardiff city centre and Cardiff Central railway station.

    We are engaged on a wide variety of projects with both private and public sector clients including the North Wales Trunk Road Agency, Transport for Wales, Welsh Government, HS2, local authorities, and contractors.

    This role will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to :

  • Join a friendly and supportive team of engineers and other construction professionals in a vibrant multi-disciplinary office
  • Work with purpose and impact on a variety of challenging projects in a company that has strong values
  • Enjoy the support and opportunities of a truly global network of talented professionals
  • Be creative and broaden your capabilities
  • We work within a positive environment, our active sports and social club is supported by the business and we take a keen interest in CSR with staff taking part in activities to enhance the environment, support schools, and local and national charities.

    This is a long-term career appointment with the opportunity to advance to a more senior position within Mott MacDonald.

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